Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The New Flying Horse, Wye

02 February 2016

The New Flying Horse is situated in the centre of Wye, a charming Kentish village situated between Ashford and Canterbury. With its beautifully decorated guest rooms, high quality food and peaceful location, it is ideal for a long lunch with friends, or weekend break in the countryside.

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Pub of the Week: The Monument, Canterbury

26 January 2016

The Monument is an historic 19th Century pub in St Dunstan’s street, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Canterbury City Centre.The pub enjoyed a major refurbishment at the end of last year which included a full redecoration and new furniture inside and out, giving the pub a smart new contemporary look.

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Pub of the Week: The Red Lion, Chelwood Gate

19 January 2016

The Red Lion at Chelwood Gate, near Haywards Heath is an attractive 19th Century pub situated close to the beautiful Ashdown Forest. The pub is popular with dog walkers, ramblers and families enjoying a day in the countryside, and is the ideal destination for a pub lunch after a bracing winter walk.To the exterior, the pub has a pretty country pub frontage, with ample parking.

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Pub of the Week: The Anchor Inn, Hastings

06 January 2016

The Anchor Inn is a great little pub in the heart of the Old Town area of Hastings, East Sussex, known for its excellent food and friendly welcome – truly a pub where “you are only a stranger here once”.

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Pub of the Week: The Star Inn, Guildford

29 December 2015

The Star Inn is one of the oldest pubs in Guildford, nestled in the city centre, and has been welcoming the people of the town for over 400 years. As well as being one of the city’s most popular pubs, it is also proud to be the area’s longest running live music venue.Inside, the pub retains many period features and most of its original layout.

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